BBC Radio Wales
10 minutes
an aviation analyst and travel broadcaster there's lots of her conspiracy theories floating around but basically the industry generally is not buying the lion that behaves putting a claim it's all down to a power outage and they had no backup system supporting this computer so we're still in the dark because BA is not talking to anybody and it's possibly because BA don't know what's happened so we still don't know exactly what may have caused that split in an industry where reliability and loyalty matters so much this must be a disaster for BA it is not mitigated disaster and that is also questions about the the man that actually running it Mr cruise because he does not appear to have the substantive Aviation Experience running a top and a line.
The Iran Project
30 minutes
The failure of Western commentators and analysts to notice this “conspiracy” and consequently adjust their viewpoint has enabled grossly criminal behaviour to continue without public opposition. The exposing of the “Libyan connection” – by US intelligence agenciesthreatens to change this, and the extreme reaction from the UK to the US leaking of the Manchester bomber’s identitycutting communications between their intelligence services for 24 hoursindicates just who is threatened by it. It was former MI5 agent David Shayler and his partner Annie Machon who first made public the co-operation between MI6 and anti-Qadhafi Salafist in Libya in the 1990s. MI6 helped in the formation of the “Libyan Islamic Fighting Group” from Afghanistan mujahideen/Al Qaeda veterans, with the express aim of assassinating the Libyan leader. Following the plot’s failure, and changing attitudes to Qadhafi in the UK, marked later by Tony Blair’s much publicised rapprochement with him, the tables were turned on several key leaders.
BBC Radio Wales
2 hours
nothing at all it's really terrible terrible terrible deep Julian Bray is an aviation analyst and the travel broadcasted Julian if it's not a cyber attack do we know exactly what causes classic colossal failure good morning no we don't and there's lots of the conspiracy theories floating around but basically the industry generally is not buying the line at the age putting out they claim it's all down to a power outage and they had no backup systems supporting this computer so where we are still in the dark because BA is not talking to anybody and it's possibly because BA don't know what's happened because they signed a consultancy agreement with a company called tata consultancy services now in Wales you know all about tata because they're still in the pool.
Politico
8 hours
President Donald Trump has been aggressively working the phones since returning this weekend from his foreign trip, talking to friends and outside lawyers as he obsesses over the deepening investigations into his aides and Russia. Two White House officials said Trump and some aides including Steve Bannon are becoming increasingly convinced that they are victims of a conspiracy against Trump's presidency, as evidenced by the number of leaks flowing out of government — that the crusade by the so-calleddeep state” is a legitimate threat, not just fodder for right wing defenders. Still, Trump and his aides are starting to take the probes more seriously, seeking to establish a communications team dedicated to dealing with questions around the probe and beefing up his legal representation . And they've become more rattled by the idea that they don't know where the scandals are headed and who may be ensnared next.
Politico
8 hours
President Donald Trump has been aggressively working the phones since returning this weekend from his foreign trip, talking to friends and outside lawyers as he obsesses over the deepening investigations into his aides and Russia. Two White House officials said Trump and some aides including Steve Bannon are becoming increasingly convinced that they are victims of a conspiracy against Trump's presidency, as evidenced by the number of leaks flowing out of government — that the crusade by the so-calleddeep state” is a legitimate threat, not just fodder for right wing defenders. Still, Trump and his aides are starting to take the probes more seriously, seeking to establish a communications team dedicated to dealing with questions around the probe and beefing up his legal representation . And they've become more rattled by the idea that they don't know where the scandals are headed and who may be ensnared next.
Coventry Telegraph
21 hours
Washington Free Beacon
a day
And most of these geoglyphs loom on hillsides where their makers could plainly see them. Ancient humankind was not as helpless as conspiracy-minded moderns would have them be. Cline also punctures the legend of the Mummy's Curse and the romance of the Indiana Jones movies. He instead presents true stories of archaeological digs and fascinating asides about the lives of a few famous archaeologists, the histories of the regions in which the digs took place, and the technical side of archaeology. Cline covers this latter topic with "interludes," wherein he answers his most often asked questions: "How Do You Know Where to Dig?"; "How Do You Know How to Dig?"; "How Old Is This and Why Is It Preserved?"; and "Do You Get to Keep What You Find?" He includes classic stories such as that of Howard Carter and the Earl of Carnarvon finding King Tut's tomb—when Carnarvon asked him what he saw, Carter famously answered, "I see wonderful things"—and also how Heinrich Schliemann, "discovered" the ruins of Troy—in quotes because Schliemann was a scientific scoundrel.
BBC News 24
a day
he carried out the bombing. Detectives said they were building up the detail picture Salman Abedi of, his associates and the wider conspiracy. In a crowd he would barely have been noticed. This is the Manchester bomber on the night he murdered 22 children, women and men. A rucksack on his back, he'd flown in from Libya.
BBC News 24
a day
Slate
a day
On a day in early December, one of Moscow’s agents in the United States, working undercover as a journalist for Izvestia , reported a private meeting with the president-elect’s “closest adviser.” The adviser, who met privately with the Russian spy, was frank and hopeful about a significant improvement in relations from the previous administration. He “stressed that was not merely expressing his personal opinion but the position of the future president.” The two men met alone and there was no American record made of the encounter.
France 24
a day
His father and brother have been detained in Libya. The police said the probe had made "good progress" and they "now need people to tell us if they have any information about his movements from 18 May when he returned to the UK through to Monday night". The statement did not say where Abedi had come from, but a relative in Libya earlier told AFP that the bomber had travelled from the North African country to Manchester. Turkish and German officials also said he passed through Istanbul and Duesseldorf airports. The statement from Greater Manchester Police and UK counter-terrorism police said they had a 1,000-strong team working "around the clock" on the probe. Fourteen locations are still being searched. "In the past five days we have gathered significant information about Abedi, his associates, his finances, the places he had been, how the device was built and the wider conspiracy," the statement said.
BBC News 24
a day
who carried out the bombing, on the night of the attack. They are appealing for information on his movements in the days before. Detectives said they were building up a detailed picture of Abedi, his associates, finances, and the wider conspiracy behind the attack. Earlier, two more people were arrested. From Manchester, our home affairs correspondent, Tom Symonds, reports
BBC News 24
a day
his associates, finances, and the wider conspiracy behind the attack. Earlier, two more people were arrested. From Manchester, our home affairs correspondent, Tom Symonds, reports. In a crowd, he would barely have been noticed. This is the Manchester bomber, on the night he murdered.
Voice Of America
2 days
Under Buhari’s administration, Nnamdi Kanu, leader of one of the more popular pro-Biafra groups, called IPOB, was detained in 2015 on charges of treason, criminal conspiracy and belonging to an illegal society. Kanu was released on bail last month after spending nearly two years in prison in the Nigerian capital of Abuja. IPOB’s deputy, Uche Mefor, told VOA the Nigerian government cannot ignore the voice of Biafrans. He says May 30 will be a day for the world to recognize because pro-Biafrans will unite in peaceful resistance. Some pro-Biafrans will stay in their homes while others plan to join street rallies. “The compliance on that day will indeed convince the world that the people of Biafra are actually ready for their self-governance. We have our right to self-existence and it doesnt matter what anybody things about it,” he told VOA. The Nigerian government is determined to preserve Nigeria.
Voice Of America
2 days
Four men have been ordered to stand trial in Pennsylvania in the death of a Somali immigrant cab driver in Pittsburgh. Prosecutors allege the group wanted to rob a pizza delivery driver on the night of Feb. 21 but due to the late hour opted for a cab driver. Authorities say the men punched, kicked and beat 31-year-old Ramadhan Mohamed, who died three days later at a hospital. At a preliminary hearing Friday, District Judge Armand Martin ordered all four suspects held without bond on charges of homicide, robbery and conspiracy. Attorneys said the four men are expected to be formally arraigned in June. During the hearing, one of the men waived his right to a preliminary hearing and provided testimony about the beating, admitting to his role in it but also naming a co-defendant as the instigator. At the time of his death, Mohamed was married with a 2-year-old son and his wife was pregnant.
MintPress News
2 days
The Event Chronicle
2 days
It was a press conference held by a man named Milo Speriglio . He was a guy with a deep interest in the circumstances surrounding Marilyn’s death. Speriglio was so interested in her final day that he wrote three books on the issues of her life and still-controversial death. They were Crypt 33 , The Marilyn Conspiracy , and Marilyn Monroe: Murder Cover-Up . Until 1995, Speriglio had not made any kind of connection between the Hollywood uber-babe and UFOs. So, what was it that prompted Speriglio to head off into new and highly inflammatory territory? It was a revelation from a man named Timothy Cooper. Today, many people within Ufology might not recognize that name. But, from the early-to-late 1990s, Cooper – of Big Bear Lake, California – was a well-known figure in Ufology. He was also a controversial figure, too. Most of the controversy stemmed from the fact that Cooper claimed to have received a wealth of old, sensational, leaked documents from retired figures in the intelligence community – almost all of them on crashed UFOs, Roswell, dead aliens, and the notorious Majestic 12 group.
The Event Chronicle
2 days
Numerous Texas insiders have claimed that Wallace murdered Agricultural Inspector Henry Marshall to protect LBJ’s boxcar scam with Billie Sol Estes, who later testified in a secret grand jury about this and JFK assassination matters. LBJ was becoming worried, because he was getting information that not only was JFK going to drop him from the ticket in the next election, but Bobby Kennedy was going to prosecute him over the Billie Sol Estes scams and more. This motivated LBJ to push hard for JFK’s elimination and to work with GHWB, J. Edgar Hoover, the JCS and Nixon to get this done by whatever means necessary. Controlled Media Frames a Patsy The rest is history . Despite the “lone gunmanclaims of the Warren Commission that Lee Harvey Oswald did it which continue to be broadcast and published by the Ruling Cabal’s Controlled Major Mass Media (CMMM) over 53 years later; 80% of the American public believe that the USG did it or at least covered up a massive criminal conspiracy involving multiple shooters from the grassy knoll and other locations.
Washington Free Beacon
2 days
In shock, we did not answer. Jacobs then said he wanted the police called and went to leave. Gianforte looked at the three of us and repeatedly apologized. At that point, I told him and Scanlon, who was now present, that we needed a moment. The men then left. The Weekly Standard also seems unaware that this is a Sorosian conspiracy, highlighting the similarities to the time John McCormack was treated poorly by a Martha Coakley campaign staffer: Two, the Gianforte campaign's lies about Jacobs are even worse than Gianforte's physical attack on Jacobs. Lying about anyone is wrong, but a journalist's livelihood depends on his reputation for honest and accurate reporting. My biggest concern after the Coakley incident—which occurred a few months after another campaign called the cops on me for asking questions ( persistently but politely! ) and then lied about my behavior —was that the Coakley campaign would spin the story, and some people wouldn't believe me.
France 24
2 days
Australian Schapelle Corby will on Saturday finally return home from Bali 12 years after she was convicted of drug trafficking, in a long-awaited return that has triggered a media frenzy. The beauty school dropout was arrested in 2004 at the Indonesian resort island's airport with marijuana stashed in her surfing gear, and sentenced to 20 years in jail. She was released early in 2014 but was required to remain on Bali another three years under the conditions of her parole. The 39-year-old has to leave the island now that period is over. Indonesia has some of the world's toughest anti-drugs laws, including a maximum penalty of death for traffickers. The story of Corby has fascinated the public in her homeland like few others in recent times. Her steadfast proclamations of innocence and well-documented fight with mental illness in prison generated much sympathy in Australia, where she was often depicted as the victim of a conspiracy.
South China Morning Post
2 days
Lam Po picks up a brush filled with black ink and writes four Chinese characters that mean dignity and honour on a white banner. Its hard to associate the 81-year-old calligrapher with anything related to murder. But the father of two sons and a daughter spent over three decades in jail in Hong Kong during the 1970s after being convicted of conspiracy to commit murder and then murder. He was twice sentenced to death, with the terms later commuted to life imprisonment. In 1994, the city...
BBC News 24
2 days
Trump's supporters say he is the victim of a conspiracy within the intelligence agencies to overturn the election result. His enemies believe he was long ago bought or blackmailed by the Kremlin. No evidence of that has yet emerged, but it would be a bitter irony.
InfoWars
3 days
The Cornishman
3 days
Seven people have been sentenced for their roles in a huge cannabis growing operation which resulted in the seizure of almost £17,500 worth of cannabis and equipment so state of the art that a judge said he had never encountered it before. The six men and one woman appeared at Truro Crown Court to be sentenced with all the men admitting charges of conspiracy to produce cannabis and the female, Rachel Liddicott, pleading guilty to a count of money laundering. Prosecutor David Sapiecha...